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I have a highly tech-savvy Canadian Social Studies 11 class that would like to share ideas with another class.  We are studying modern history 1914-2010 from a Canadian perspective.

 

I can be reached at lorneupton@hotmail.com.

 

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Hello, Lorne, studying modern history 1914-2010 (for example, social consequences of immigration processes) from a Canadian perspective does your highly tech-savvy Canadian Social Studies 11 class apply to it such Canadian TV series as The Border ( http://fedcba.ning.com/xn/detail/2516803:Comment:8100 ) and Flashpoint ( http://fedcba.ning.com/xn/detail/2516803:Comment:9469 )?

Best wishes,
Tad

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